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Magazine corrects its 2014 list of best high schools.
Students are part of the largest incoming freshman class in decades.
The Chelmsford Rotary Club donated over $2,500 worth of backpacks and other school supplies to the Chelmsford Public Schools.
The “Parent Group of the Year” is an annual contest sponsored by PTO Today Magazine.
Teachers are heading back this week, while students still have more summer days to enjoy.
Chelmsford bus routes for Nashoba Valley Tech students.
Summer is winding down and within a few weeks teachers and students will fill Chelmsford classrooms again.
Back-to-school shopping has already started for supplies such as pencils and scissors.
New Jersey topped WalletHub’s "Best and Worst School Systems" list.
Family Athletic Nights scheduled for Tuesday July 30 and Wednesday, Aug. 1.
The high school will receive a rooftop unit replacement thanks to the grant.
Jobs range from full-time teacher to substitute and nursing positions.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School released its honor roll and high honors list.
Patrick Calnan passed five components while Evan Sullivan passed all eight. Both are Chelmsford residents.
Students in the Horticulture Club worked at Chelmsford Veterans Memorial Park on North Road.
Nashoba Tech student James Lisciotto starred in the PSA called "Take Time to Get Involved."
Nashoba Brooks School is a co-ed school for preschool to third grade and an all-girls middle school for fourth through eighth graders in Concord.
The animal was spotted in the area of McCarthy Middle School and the Chelmsford Police Department.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School recently held its annual yearbook signing.